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Peter Dula is Associate Professor of Religion and Culture. He received a Ph.D from Duke University in theology and ethics in 2004. He is the author of Cavell, Companionship, and Christian Theology (Oxford, 2011). Before coming to EMU in 2006 he was the Mennonite Central Committee Iraq Program Coordinator. He has taught at Lancaster Mennonite High School and at the Meserete Kristos College in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia where he was a Fulbright scholar in 2001-2. He has received several grants and fellowships including, most recently, the Louisville Institute Sabbatical Grant for Researchers.
Ph.D., Duke University, 2004
M.A.T.S, Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminary, 1998
B.S., Eastern Mennonite University, 1992
Cavell, Companionship and Christian Theology (New York: Oxford University Press), 2011.
The New Yoder (co-editor with Chris K. Huebner), (Eugene, OR: Cascade, 2010).
General editor (with Chris K. Huebner, Canadian Mennonite University and Jennifer Graber, University of Texas, Austin) of Polyglossia: Radical Reformation Theologies (Scottdale, PA: Herald Press), Fall 2006 to present.
“Theology is a Kind of Reading,” Conrad Grebel Review 31/2 (Spring 2013).
“Who is My Neighbor? Human Rights and Acknowledgment,” in On Being Human: Essays from the Fifth Shi’i Muslim Mennonite Christian Dialogue, ed. Harry Huebner and Hajj Muhammad Legenhausen (Winnipeg, MB: CMU Press, 2013).
“Wittgenstein Among the Theologians,” in Unsettling Arguments, ed., Kelly Johnson, Charles Pinches and Charles Collier (Eugene, OR: Cascade, 2010).
“For and Against Hauerwas Against the Mennonites,” Mennonite Quarterly Review 84/3 (July 2010).
“Fugitive Ecclesia,” in The Gift of Difference: Radical Reformation and Radical Orthodoxy, ed. Chris Huebner and Tripp York (Winnipeg: CMU Press, 2010).
“Cynicism and Hope” and “A Theologian in Baghdad,” in Cynicism and Hope: Reclaiming Discipleship in a Postdemocratic Society, ed. Meg Cox (Eugene, OR: Cascade Books, 2009).
Easter in Baghdad, Commonweal, March 28, 2008
The War in Iraq: How Catholic Conservatives Got It Wrong, Commonweal, December 3, 2004.
“The Poetics of Identity in Julia Spicher Kasdorf’s Early Poetry,” Keynote Address at “Wading Deeper: Anabaptist-Mennonite Identities Engage Postmodernity,” Canadian Mennonite University, May 31, 2014.
“Friends and Enemies in the Gospel of John,” Paper delivered at the American Academy of Religion, Mid-Atlantic regional meeting, Mt. St. Mary’s College, Newburgh, NY, March 8, 2014.
“The Limits of Theology: A Response to Jonathan Tran,” Paper delivered at “The Difference Christ Makes: Celebrating the Life, Work and Friendship of Stanley Hauerwas,” Duke Divinity School, Durham NC, Nov. 1, 2013.
Theopoetics Panel, Mennonite/s Writing VI, EMU, March 29, 2012.
“A Theological Assessment of Human Rights Language,” Paper delivered at the Mennonite-Muslim Dialogue V, Canadian Mennonite University, June 3, 2011.
“Anabaptism in a Postcolonial Context,” Paper delivered at “Postcolonialism and Anabaptism: A Conversation,” Elizabethtown College, Sept 25, 2010.
“Education on the Way to Emmaus,” EMU Baccalaureate Sermon, April 30, 2011.
“Should the Troops Pullout?: A Response to Phyllis Bennis,” Lancaster Interchurch Peace Witness consultation, Lancaster PA, April 15 2007.
“Hope and Cynicism in a Time of War,” MCUSA Peace and Justice Network, Washington DC, March 17 2007.
American Academy of Religion
“The Difference Christ Makes: Celebrating the Life, Work and Friendship of Stanley Hauerwas,” Duke Divinity School, Durham NC, Nov. 1, 2013.
American Academy of Religion, Baltimore, Nov. 22-25, 2013.
American Academy of Religion Mid-Atlantic regional meeting, Newburgh, NY, March 7-9, 2014
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